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How to Beat an Impossible Deadline


There comes a time in an office worker’s life when different workloads accumulate until they form a gargantuan pile. Regardless of position, work must be finished at the stated deadline, otherwise the non-submission will affect the company’s productivity, even its reputation. You must strive hard to finish your tasks, but sometimes hard work is not enough to handle large workloads with seemingly impossible deadlines. Good thing there are strategies you can apply, to help your cause.

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Creative Ways to Kill Boredom


Being sedentary for long periods can affect your mood for the entire day. You’ll lose your mood to do anything, which may later lead to you feeling miserable. Before boredom entraps you like a prison cell, you must find ways to stimulate your mood, making you more active physically and mentally. Break a few norms, think out of the box, and engage the simple interests that define you as an individual. You can, then, break out of a boring spell anytime you choose.


How to Build a Network

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A popular nightspot is filled with people in almost every corner. Some of them are in that venue to find dates while others are simply surrounded by torrents of people, discussing things other than partying. The latter obviously has a network that he or she can use in business, pleasure, or friendship. With an extensive network, the possibilities for nearly every endeavor increases. Here is how you can extend yours.

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How to Overcome Procrastination


Many of us have plans, some of them may make all the difference in having a successful life or career. The problem is, not all of us are willing to make those plans real. Some people have a tendency to hide behind excuses, so they won’t act upon their obligations. Such excuses make up the term procrastination, which is defined as the postponement of actions to a later time. Why waste your life on silly concerns when you can set the world spinning at your own pace? There is no need for procrastination.

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Four Ways to Break Through a Creative Block

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Any creation looks and feels substandard when its creator is faced with a creative block. It may please other people, or even gather critical acclaim, but for the maker, it is simply a representation of failure. If the writer or artist contends with it for too long, he or she will eventually lose confidence, perhaps even the drive to create. The once touted medium is now viewed with fear. Clearly, you should beat your creative block when you get the chance. Make the ordeal more tolerable by applying these strategies.